It’s just a few months away before we actually get a hands on the Nintendo’s newest game console, the Switch. Given the fact that the device will be a portable and home console, many are wondering about its battery fares. After all, we already knew the life span of portable consoles only lasts for an hour or so. The other consoles offer a removable battery where most of the players who took the console outside used to bring an extra battery.
Nintendo Switch Won’t Have A Removable Battery
Bad news for the future Nintendo Switch players. According to the FCC Filing for the Nintendo Switch reveals that the console will not have a removable battery. So once you run out of battery, you won’t be able to replace it with a fully charged extra battery.
Although it is not yet confirmed, there is a possibility that Nintendo could tweak the console to add a removable battery. Which is much better for a portable console. Earlier this month, there is a leaked detail about the GPU for the Nintendo Switch. Looking the fact that the device may have Nvidia’s Maxwell, it may consume a lot of power source. The only way to continue the enjoyment of the players is to insert an extra battery.
On the other hand, it is expected that Nintendo will show more details about the device next year on January 12 for the presentation of the Nintendo Switch.